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  • Adad-nerari III 02

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  • Q004750
  • Adad-nerari III 02

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  • stele
  • Neo-Assyrian
  • Written ca. 810-783
  • Antakya
  • Royal Inscription
  • Adad-nerari III

Adad-nerari III 02

Obverse
11

mdIŠKUR-ERIM.TÁḪ MAN GAL MAN KAL MAN ŠÚ MAN KUR

(1) Adad-nārārī, great king, strong king, king of the universe, king of Assyria, son of Šamšī-Adad (V), strong king, king of the universe, king of Assyria, son of Shalmaneser (III), king of the four quarters:

22

A mšam-ši-10 MAN dan-nu MAN ŠÚ MAN KUR -<<>>-šur

33

A mdsál-ma-nu-MAŠ MAN kib-rat LÍMMU

44

[ta]-ḫu-mu šá ina bir-ti mza-ku-ri KUR.ḫa-ma-ta-a-a

(4) The boundary which Adad-nārārī, king of Assyria, (and) Šamšī-ilu, the field marshal established between Zakur of the land of Ḫamat and Ataršumki, son of Adramu: the city Naḫlasi with all its fields, gardens, [and] settlements is (the property) of Ataršumki. They divided the Orontes River between them. This is the border.

55

[(u ina) bir]-ti ma-tar-šúm-ki A mAD-ra-mu m10-ERIM.TÁḪ MAN KUR mšam-ši-DINGIR .tar-ta-nu

66

[-ku]-nu-ni URU.na-aḫ-la-si a-di A.ŠÀ.MEŠ-šú GIŠ.KIRI₆.MEŠ-šú

77

[u] di-ma-ti-šú gab-be šá ma-tar-šúm-ki šu- ÍD.ar-am- ina bi-ri-šú-nu

88

[ú-šam]-ši-lu-ma i-zu-zu mi-ṣir NAM-A m10-ERIM.TÁḪ MAN KUR mšam-ši-DINGIR .--

(8b) Adad-nārārī, king of Assyria, (and) Šamšī-ilu, the field marshal, have given it free and clear to Ataršumki, son of Adramu, to his sons, and his subsequent grandsons. His city (and) its territories [...] to the border of his land he made firm.

99

[tar]-ta-nu ú-za-ki-ú-ma a-na ma-tar-šum-ki A mAD-ra-mu a-na DUMU.MEŠ-šú

1010

DUMU DUMU.MEŠ-šú EGIR.MEŠ ki ri-mu-ti i-ri-mu URU-šú ta-ḫu-ma-ti-šú

1111

[x x] a-na mi-ṣir KUR-šú ú-kín MU -šur dIŠKUR u dbe-er dBAD -šur-ú

(11b) By the name of the gods Aššur, Adad, and Ber, the Assyrian Enlil, the Assyrian [Ninli]l, and the name of Sîn, dwelling in Ḫarrān, the great gods [of] Assyria:

1212

[dNIN].LÍL -šur- MU d30 a-šib URU.KASKAL-ni DINGIR.MEŠ GAL.MEŠ

1313

[šá] KUR -šur man-nu EGIR-ú šá pi NA..A šú-a-

(13b) whoever afterwards speaks ill of the terms of this stele, and takes by force this border from the possession of Ataršumki, his sons, or his grandsons; and destroys the written name (and) writes another name:

1414

[ú]-šam-sa-ku-ma mi-ṣir an-na-a TA qa-at ma-tar-šúm-ki

1515

[DUMU].MEŠ-šú u DUMU DUMU.MEŠ-šú ina dan-na-ni e-ki-mu

1616

[(x)] u? šu-mu šaṭ-ri i-pa-ši-ṭa MU šá-nam-ma i-šaṭ-ṭar

1717

[-šur] dIŠKUR u dbe-er d30 a-šib URU.KASKAL DINGIR.MEŠ GAL.MEŠ šá KUR

(17) may the gods [Aššur], Adad, and Ber, Sîn dwelling in Ḫarrān, the great gods of Assyria [whose] names are recorded on this stele, not listen to his prayers.

1818

[šá ina] NA..A an--e MU-šú-nu zak-ru

1919

ik-ri-bi-šú ul i-šá-mu-ú


Based on A. Kirk Grayson, Assyrian Rulers of the Early First Millennium BC II (858-745 BC) (RIMA 3), Toronto, 1996. Adapted by Jamie Novotny (2016) and lemmatized and updated by Nathan Morello (2016) for the Munich Open-access Cuneiform Corpus Initiative (MOCCI), a corpus-building initiative funded by LMU Munich and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (through the establishment of the Alexander von Humboldt Chair for Ancient History of the Near and Middle East) and based at the Historisches Seminar - Abteilung Alte Geschichte of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. The annotated edition is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license 3.0. Please cite this page as http://oracc.org/riao/Q004750/.